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CNN
Nov 10, 2013 4:30am PST
. good job right there. >> for more than three decades now, don horton's life has been mostly football. >> division one, division two, three, and also high school coach. all very rewarding experiences. >> then in 2006, don became one of the 60,000 americans diagnosed every year with parkinson's disease. perhaps the worst day came in 2009. that's when don found himself unable to button his own shirt. russell wilson who is now a quarterback with the seattle seahawks helped don with his buttons so their team could get back on the road. >> it's a humbling experience to be helped. you have to do something. you can see it there. you have done it before. >> there were so many challenges he was going through that i couldn't help with but this was one change i thought i could do. >> calling on her own experiences as a children's clothing designer, don's wife got to work creating line of magnetic clothing free of buttons and zippers that would help her husband and others regain their independence. >> it's a sim will as lining it up. >> as it grew, you know, the e-mails she got were incredible. h
CNN
Nov 10, 2013 2:00pm PST
. then, big money problems and a high crime rate. detro detroit, can it really rise again? >> i'm don lemon and they're actually letting me go live from inside a bar at lags va gas. why are we here? we're here for the finale of anthony bardane, detroit and then "last bite "live with a few famous people tonight at 10:00 p.m.'s earn tern. honestly, as much as i love this job, i plan to do a lot more. i needed a new laptop for my pre-med classes, something that runs office and has a keyboard. but i wanted a tablet for me, for stuff like twitter and xbox, so my downtime can be more like uptime. that's why i got a windows 2 in 1 which does both -- works as a laptop and a tablet. so i can manage my crazy life, and also have a life. [ beep ] gotta go. ♪ i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for
CNN
Nov 10, 2013 3:00pm PST
there. >> for more than three decades now, don horton's life has been mostly football. >> vision one, vision two, three, all very positive experiences. >> don became one of the thousands diagnosed every year with parkinson's disease. perhaps the worst day came in 2009. that's when don found himself unable to button his own shirt. russell wilson, now quarterback with the seattle seahawks, helped don with his buttons so their team could get back on the road. >> a humbling experience. you got to do something. you have seen it there. seems easy for everybody else. >> there are so many challenges he was going through that i couldn't help with. but this is one change i thought i could do. >> calling on her own experience as children's clothing designer, don's wife, mora, got to work creating a line of magnetic clothing. free of buttons and zippers that would help her husband and others regaun their end pentens. >> so it is as simple as lining it up. >> i wasn't sure what to think. but as it grew, you have people, the e-mails you got were incredible. helping many people across the nation. >
CW
Nov 9, 2013 10:00pm PST
. go to kpix.com. >>> the banging of of drums protesting the killing of 13- year-old andy lopez. don knapp was there for what is billed as a national day of action. >> reporter: they perform a ritual for andy lopez kicking off an organizers call a national day of action for the 13-year-old who was shot and killed by a sonoma county deputy sheriff october 22. the action many here want is the arrest and murder conviction of 24 year sheriff's deputy aaron gilhouse for shooting andy when he failed to drop a pellet gun. many say the case is not an isolated one. >> they killed my son. >> reporter: liz adams is speaking about the death of her son. the family is about to open a wrongful death lawsuit. elizabeth talks about a police shooting of a mental patient a few years ago. >> it made me feel like if i need help, i'm not going to call the police. and i felt like they would come and make the situation worse. >> reporter: two-and-a-half weeks ago, a fireman was one of the first responders to the lopez shooting. >> there has been a real trend in the country ward the militarization of the pol
SFGTV
Nov 10, 2013 5:00am PST
manual. and, in fact, i can help others understand the maudlin. i've worked with don our city attorney and assessor and now chu and their staffs. kwoild i was what a supervisor last night and will be happy to respond to any questions >> any questions. thank you very much >> how many years have you served. 2, 3 year terms >> and till when you serve on that that i have a few more questions. that's fine >> so maybe you can illustrate or walk me through some of the accomplishments you were able to make in the last 6 years. >> i retired in 07 at the height of the real estate market and, of course, my initial term and part of my second term was seeing the decline in the real estate market. i've had the opportunity to see every type of declining in property. i think in my background i understand the commercial properties downtown whether they be over or there $50 million. and bill willing to bear with my colleagues the statement board office and most importantly the assessment representatives with whom we've had meetings on how to develop more consistency in they're reporting to the board whi
SFGTV2
Nov 9, 2013 8:00pm PST
cultural of filipinos and it's neighborhood. at this time i want don to join me as we honor you in the cultural center in san francisco. (clapping) i want to have all the board members come up, please. >> thank you, very much and i'm honored. the board and the people have been working on the cultural center are thrilled to be at this point. in 2003 there was a town hall meeting at december i didn't carmichael we talked about how to improve the community south of market and one of the points that came out of the discussion was to institute listed the contribution of the filipino community in san francisco and the bay area. and so 10 years ago we are started out at the it was supposed to be on top of bloomingdales. that didn't happen and we had another opportunity to be right next to the metro ran that also didn't happen. for various reasons. we're not at 8 fourteen mission kit corner from the metro iron right between denny's and sam's liquor store. yeah, that's how we felt when they gave it to us. (laughter) >> but one of the strengths we have is to do a lot with a little. you can see t
NBC
Nov 10, 2013 9:00am PST
out. so i can't be a good salesman here. >> you can charg more money per ticket. >> don bother coming. yes? >> in additi to the ple, apple one, a lot ofnnovations came out of the early day of the home brew computer club, hypertext and so on. i'm wonderings you loo at how the indury hasdeveloped, you now have these big,normous multinational corporations that inany ways grew out of some of those early ideas. when you look at that, do you have any -- did you have any idea that that was coming, and industry has evolved, areou satisfied wh what you wrought? >> well, satisfaction is hard to come by. i personally am not but can't eak for hers. i do say that the concept of cloudcomputer, using the cloud, never see , it's rtual, re you forget about it. that sounds an awful lot like the mainframe computing days we tried to overturn. we have almostome full circle regard, and that' not the end of it. so there'slways more to be done there's new generations coming up who will doit. we'reust old geezers. we're not goi to be the ones to do it, but we cld at least ll some of thyoung ones how pr
FOX
Nov 10, 2013 9:00am EST
don and you gabout your day. >> you a in my gym f 25 nutes a da >>0 weeks ag i was bulng [ chuckl ] bigger.stoch was jusway the results are there. you can see yourself. t25 works. i lost 31 pounds doing t25. losing 31 pounds doing a somethini was expeing.not it is riculoly intense you stay he, and youet it myids say that havmuscs on top of scles now. the days of working out for an hour are done. 25 minutes a d is all i need. when i look at myselnow, i feel like i just changed my life. >> time. t. i want to great a 25-minute workout simply because when i walked around and i talked to people about other workouts that i created, they're like, "i really want to try one of your workouts, but i just don't have enough time." so, it was te toreate sothing shorand sweet at
ABC
Nov 10, 2013 6:00pm EST
. [♪] castlerock, colorado. dan fox, ha hecho un peligroso desafÍo de paintball. Él: ¿estÁs asustado, don? >>para nada. locutor: sus amigos le dispararÁn 2oo capsulas de pintura con escopetas semiautomÁticas. a cambio, ganarÁ una tortilla burrito. Él: este pobre chico quedarÁ decorado. >>me quitarÉ esto. locutor: en el Último instante, los tiradores encuentran interesante desafiar a dan a que soporte los impactos sin camisa. Él: ponte las gafas, dan. locutor: por lo menos se preocupa de ponerse una mÁscara. dan ocupa su lugar a unos 18 metros del pelotÓn de ejecucion. Él: ¡dan, apresÚrate! locutor: se preparan para fusilarlo. Él: ¿preparados, listos? [disparos] [♪] locutor: dan es acribillado con cÁpsulas lanzadas a 27o kilÓmetros por hora. [♪] hasta que finalmente pide una tregua. aunque se agacha llorando, sus amigos creen que bromea. Él: dan, ¿estÁs bien? >>por favor. Él: tranquilo, no seguiremos. locutor: pero ya no es divertido cuando dan se limpia el pecho. debajo de la pintura amarilla hay muchas lesiones. >>no puede ser, eso se ve muy mal. locutor: tras observar s
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2013 2:00pm EST
-- don sign signment and reached ice unit. warm underwear, neilly embroideres gloved, mittens to fit baby elephants, knee pads for storks. corp he was greatful but said he would have preferred cigarettes. that genteel british magazine "the lady" strove to help women address unexpected social problems. in it's daily difficulty column, it raised the dilemma facing a cat-owning woman who takes care of a dog. when the dog starts killing cats what should she. she had responsibility 'oensure the dog was properly quarted but might seek another home for it. i have ended my narrative in 1914 with a story of the first battle in october and november. and western corner of belgium, the french and british held the line against huge and apparently endless german attacks. the cost of leaving most of their men, the old sweats of britain's professional army to repose forever in cemeteries. the allied victory, for victory it was, frustrated the germans' last attempt to achieve a war-winning breakthrough in the west in 1914. it was purchased at such cost and n suffering and sacrifice that nobody felt l
NBC
Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
don, you' notice it around the 68 in the north bay tomorrow, south bay including san jose still near 70 degrees for one more day as the j stream starts to dropurther to the south. this hints of some bigger changes ahea chance that partsf the bay area cld see a chance of rain. the weekend is going to finish off dry. but you notice here, eas of north of san francisco as y get into monday night and tuesday, we're expecting to see me rain, not as muchs we ought, but maybe up to a quarter of an irj of rain aund santa sa, napa a tenth of an inch. all ofhis coming in for tuday. now speakingf san jose, maybe just enough t wet the ground. that's a little bit of a problem especially in the south bay when you look at our water year going back touly 1st. weof had just over a half inch of ra. but if you go back to the sta of the year, theecord setting dry spring followedp by this extremely dry fall, our rain totals still under 3 inches of sew there's a chance of rain on tuesday t not hping us out as we get you back to the woweek. so in the south bay near 70 in san jose tomorrow. you notice a
SFGTV
Nov 10, 2013 4:30am PST
. >> i believe don is here. >> i want her to come up and - is she not here? she needs two minutes to come here? so i would like for the general public to understand the fine details of what's between the 3 appeal boards. so if the public don't mind i'd like to religious for one minute until sh until she recess. so you guess recess is over. we're going to continue the meeting so mr. ram would you like to approach the microphone and give a brief summary of the differences >> thank you supervisors. yes dawn duran the applicant for the pelosi board we have 3 different jurisdictions board one has no jurisdiction it can hear any case but primarily they're focused in the downtown financial district. their jurisdiction they have to hear everything over $50 million and all appeals on possessy interest. board two is limited they can't hear anything over $50 million. they hear appeals within the blocks outside of the financial district. they basically have appeals for blocks 877 to 3 seven hundred and anything above that goes to board 3. the board 3 was recently changed. this is so have it so a
Univision
Nov 9, 2013 6:30pm PST
de alcaldes amanazados por bandas del narco, alejandro rol don desde ciudad de mÉxico, tiene lo de la Última investigaciÓn. >>> el seÑor es contigo. >>> con una misa de cuerpo abren te en la scomplonada del mu municipio fueron vemos ademÁs restos del alcalde ignacio lÓpez mendoza que fue encontrado muerto en su camioneta. >>> asfixia mecÁnica secundaria a traumatismo de cuello. >>> el alcalde pasÓ 18 dÍas en una huelga de hambre frente al seno cada de la repÚblica, para denunciar ante las autoridades federales las a la situaciÓn de inseguridad en el estado ademÁs de pedir recursos para los municipios de la entidad. >>> todo el tiempo tenemos deudas, con agua, con el impuesto sobre la renta. >>> antes senadores el secretario que de gobernaciÓn confirmÓ que el alcalde fue asesinato nada y el gobernador de michoacÁn dijo que hay munici copiosa sufren de extorsiÓn, por parte de grupos criminales. >>> no solamente algunos presidentes municipales, sino al comercio, a la ciudadanÍa. >>> el ex presidente felipe caldo calidadron entrÓ al tema, y escribo tÍo en twitter, que
NBC
Nov 10, 2013 5:30am PST
fake. you don' want to get between an american consumer, their credit card and mall when it comes to holiday season. retailers are talking about how much they are concerned about, six ss shopping days. ey are still expecting 3.9% in growth. they arerying wolf and i don't buy it. >> reta has been catching a bid recently. i wonder ifhere's aeflection of the better retail environment or if this is just looking at valuations and buying retail stock. >> one of thehings going on is house pris have been going up foa couple of years and goi up at a double digit rate. that's a big differencbetween usehold ices goindown. >> that's a positive? >> yes. >> we have housing affordabily ba to where it was in 2009. weave to see some broader participation inll parts of the market. >>ight now housing is going up. we're talking about salestarts at an annual rate of 30%. we're not even inhe middle. what's happened and it isn't because of a special policy. it's becau market clead. prices collapsed. it was gng down for six years. that a long time. now it's clearing andou're seeing imove up. >> i believe th
FOX News
Nov 10, 2013 12:30pm PST
mean, can this only get worse, as sort of, you know, to borrow a phrase from don dean, a cancer on the presidency? >> it goes even deeper than that. there's no question at this point we know the president lied when he said that if you like your health care insurance, you can keep it. but there's even greater lie going on right now. the new lie, if you will, is that it's only going to effect a small number of people. i think the number they put out is 5%. but what we've seen from studies is that that's going to be tens of millions of people. maybe even over 100 million people who are going to lose their health insurance or if not lose it, see it significantly altered and see the premiums go up. so now that they're admitting to that one thing they said back then is not true, but now it's only going to be a small number of people. we're already seeing that's another obama care lie, this is going to effect many more people than they're saying right now. >> the administration predicted 93 million in the federal register 3 years ago. that's hard evidence. we have a copy of it. and, you know,
NBC
Nov 10, 2013 8:00am PST
electioresults on tuesday is pretty simple. people want the folks they elect to get the job don to do their job, get it done for the people who elt you. and that's why, you know, when you look at what happened on tuesday, is about what's happened over the last four years. 143,000 new private ctor jobs, cutting business taxes, controlling property taxes, reforming teacher tenure forhe first timen 100 years and reformg a pension and benets system to save $120 billion for the next 30 years for taxpayers. it's that kind of record that people were supporting on tuesday ght, and i'm thrilled to get their support, and i'm ready to getack to work. >> b whether you like it o not, you've en thrust into a position where theace of the establisent wing of the party, ted cruz is the face of the conservative wing the party. who wins this argument? mittomney said you couldave the republican pty. does it need sing and are you the guy to save it? >> it was very nice of goverr romney. i watched him on your progm last week ani appreciate his ki words. i was a proud, pud supporter of governor romney and i
FOX News
Nov 10, 2013 9:00am PST
quiet don." about the mafia kingpin. welcome and congratulations on the new book. >> thank you. >> first of all, who was he and why do you think he was involved in the disappearance. >> russell was arguably one of the most important mob sisters in the history of the country. only a few people knew about him because he was from kingston, pennsylvania. he a strangle hold over the garment industry. he organized appalachian meeting which introduced organized crime to the nation. he was extremely influential with the teamsters union and had become friendly with jimmy hoffa in the 1940s. so friendly he placed his cousin william, who was an attorney with hoffa and william became the counsel for teamsters union. i began looking at him in 2008 in a corruption probe involving governor ed rendell. two people indicted. one received a gaming license and his catholic priest. both were indicted for lying about their past ties to him. >> go to the house, take up the floor, with the luminol, retired michigan state police we hired to do this. why was he was involved and do you think frankie sher
NBC
Nov 10, 2013 3:30pm PST
through several filthers with the message, don shoot and ive. >> when you're taking a selfy behind the wheel, your eye are off the road your hands are off the wheel and your mind isn't fused on driving. >> reporter: in los angele dane abbott just got his license. and he knows he will lose it wi just one selfy. >> iis just a rlly dumb thing to do and it is really not needed. i an, people don't tnk you're coolerecause you're going toake a picture of you driving. >> reporter: tonight de abbott seems to have gotten the picture even though so manythers clearly haven't. miguel almaguer los angeles. >> when we come back here night, be on the lookout. there's a satellite unging back to earth. check my blood sar, eat better. start insulin. today i lened there's something i don't have to do anymore. my dtor said with lemir® flexpen... levemir® flexpen comes prefilled i don't have to use a syringe and a vial. with long-acting iulin taken once daily for type 2 diabetes to help control high blo sugar. dial the exa dose. inject by shing a button. no drang from a vial. no refrigerati for up to 42 d
FOX Business
Nov 9, 2013 9:00pm EST
. >> but with that they don' operat that themselves. washington state for over 70 years had its own retail monopoly. voters voted to dismantle that and after we have been through one year. john: the critics said there will be more car accidents. >> that has not panned out few words you why related accidents or if the rd tea way fatalities and under ag drinking is flat and this guy did not fall. john: california hired a company to run public park. >> today they charge the same fee as the state for camping to let them in but ey pay the state do have the privilege john: they were losing money now they'rmaking money that people would say this cannot be because the company makes a profit. >> it makes a profit a and a saving money at the same time? that gives us is how inefficient the public sector can be. john: from the manual the mayor of chicago llord recycling costs by allowing competition. >> key allowed them to compe to guess each other. he broke into this city into different sounds he kept the public sector and that out other parts so you had a real world competitive test case. com
ABC
Nov 9, 2013 4:00pm PST
same night in don's neighborhood another car was broken into. the electronics inside a key fob are complicate and sophisticated. the idea behind it isn't. it is like a child swimming game of marco polo. when you push the button on the key fob it says marco. the car responds polo. then the key fob again says marco and that is when the car unlocks. what do you think is happening? i think somebody has a mechanism that can electronically trigger the device. >> reporter: 7 on your side first alerted you to the safety issue back in may when we got our first good look at car hackers action when these thieves were caught on camera. using a hand held device they broke into multiple cars in long beach leaving police stopped and confused. the police department has reached out to numerous organizations even international. they have no idea what it is. >> reporter: were these cars hacked? well, in a literal term yes. the cars were hacked. that is dan kaminsky a san francisco based professional hacker and entrepreneur. he predicted more car hacking in the future and he was right. steven's car wa
CNN
Nov 10, 2013 1:00pm PST
ahead. that's going to do it for me. martin savage is in for don lemon tonight, taking to the helm here. you're a big gamer. >> i am. i live vicariously through my son. >> oh, that's fun. good to see you, too. >> thank you very much. get out there and enjoy what is a beautiful day. >> i know, it is. >>> we are going to start overseas right in the middle of a natural disaster that is growing more tragic every hour. i'm talking about the philippines. in every part of that country right now, people are struggling for food, safe drinking water, medicine and shelter. it was just the second day since a monstrous typhoon tore the fiphilippines apart. >>> in some parts of the philippines right now, the power could be out for months. entire homes flattened. hopts are trying to deal
FOX
Nov 10, 2013 6:00am PST
subsidies reach up to $94,200. >> steve, your reaction to that. >> ron, we've actually don research on these subsidies and if you dig down to it, anything over 250% of a family poverty level, the subsidies go down and there is no cost sharing subsi y subsidies it is not there and to say that is swiss cheese. my policy had a $3500 deductible and comforted everything. there were four things maternity, pediatric dental and mental health, other than that, it paid for everything. everything. >> let me interrupt here. this gets to one of the key points and that is steve, happens to be a benefits specialist but whether it is him or cate or anybody else. they have researched it. why do they need you or president obama telling them what is good for them? >> they don't need me that is for sure but they need to make sure they have insurance that truly insures. the overwhelming majority of people in the market have lousy covera coverage. this is the wild wild west of coverage. >> ron, that is not true. >> it is true. >> we don't sell a substandard policy. i'm telling you. it is not true. >> unf
PBS
Nov 10, 2013 11:00am PST
um i just feel i like to kill to see what really happened to don that yet is not from the tv no thank you so then i stopped applying to the home to their club hopping and kept watch it yet. and the esso volunteer program with post the application process what were some of the qualifications that are looking for aria of this leaving home that is set up biology ella zoology and to maintain them. and then secondly of course the hope that there is not too old this is due to limitation on the relieved that the lovely view and not set of folk rugby volunteer amount needed to see them in the afternoon i knew when there's a couple of times and i now realize why didn't they must have been a featured in the kitchen. in yet and this is to have become a volunteer phone number of years. ben morris some of you major responsibilities of the team our. when i actually am when the esso friend visit. i'm not i knock on effect for the volunteer because of the chancel my age because my main tent and yet so after two years i have being in the law applied for so many times and in front of the day they
FOX News
Nov 10, 2013 3:00pm PST
brewing civil war. it just was not di vintive enough. tea partyrt can say if only dons had not abandoned him he would have won. senate and house races and going forward, i think you're still going to see this huge battle he about whether it was the social issues. you need someone withit a more moderate profile like chris 's christie and it's not going to be over any time soon. >> it is his profile that is moderate. chris ischristie is on the samee social issues, exactly the same. it's the presentational skills. >> theta tactics and tone. do you do that?ha how do you do it so that you keep faith with the social n activists in your party but you don't turn off young unmarried e women. >> don't make it a big ticket item. >> there you go. a advice for republicans. see you next week.powe up next our power layer of the t week. [ sniffles, coughs ] shhhh! i have a col with this annoying runny nose. [ sniffles ] i better take something. [ male announcer ] dayquil cold and flu doesn't treat that. it doesn't? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a
MSNBC
Nov 10, 2013 10:00am EST
"the nation" magazine. don mcpherson and feminist activist, and espn.com columnist, jonell hill. so nice to have you all here. let me just start with you, dave. is staying and enduring the manly thing to do or is walking away and revealing, basically being a whistle-blower, the manly thing to do? >> this is about manhood versus adulthood. manhood, a very narrow definition that feeds into this gender binary of manhood in the nfl. and what does that binary mean? it means that being a man means being able to take violence, it means being able to inflict violence. it means having incredibly retrograde views about women, about lbgt people, and it means being able to be a white guy who says, i can drop n-bombs because it's all good, it's the culture. the other side, you have adulthood. that's jonathan martin saying, i shouldn't have to fight this guy to have this job. this is a union workplace. and we could spend this whole time talking about this violent, bullying, joke making, n-bomb dropping portrait of pew tres sense that is inckocognitincogn that would let some off the hook. none of
Al Jazeera America
Nov 10, 2013 6:00am EST
russian sata light will cash don to earth. there's no need to fear getting hit by space debris. the g ox c roars into -- goc roars into orbit. dubbed the ferrari of space, its mission - map variations in earth's gravity. the experiment with gravity is not over. the spacecraft ran out of fuel. it weighs more than a tonne, falling at the height of 224km. once it releases a alt duet of 80km. four fifth of its mass will burn. the rest of the debris will crash down, some weighing up to 90 kilograms. >> we are in contact with national civil protection agencies. we have all information we have, and that includes information that falls on habited areas. >> it's uncertain where the falling pieces will make impact. don't worry too much the european space agency says human are 250,000 times more lucky to strike it lucky than be shot by a piece of the satellite. >>> coming up - cultivating the land in an unemployment desert. why more irish students are getting their hands dirty. that falls on habited areas. getting their hands dirty. >>> good morning i tell my family and friends get your jacket
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2013 4:30pm EST
identify yourself your name and your organization. >> don murray, bessemer trust. what does bank of america stand for its employees and clients -- what do you stand for as an organization today? >> the purpose that we have is to help our customers and clients live their financial lives through the power of every connection. first, it is their lives. our job is to serve and help people with their lives. whether that is the individual consumer trying to live their lives and we are providing transactional accounts or we're helping them do and acquisition for an investor client, it is to help our clients and customers live their financial lives. the second part is critical. we have been in business 230 years if you go back to the oldest part of our company. for the first time in history, you have the capability to cross the four or five core products customers need in the company. taking merrill lynch wealth management and combining it with u.s. trust, we had the trust capabilities in every market that we can help serve affluent, wealthy clients at a level that never existed. take the investmen
FOX
Nov 10, 2013 7:00am PST
real inspiration to me and don. >> at 88, he may be the only veteran from world war ii. >> and it is something that you should see all the time on the baseball diamond. >> trouble, trouble, trouble. >> reporter: you don't have to be a vet to play and yet so many here serve. >> we are all team players. the military will share the team and that's the way you are raised with the boy scouts and rotc. >> reporter: and make no mistake that they will take their past times seriously. >> come on turn it up. >> we're talking about how to approve the team and how to get the guys to focus on it. >> two outs. >> good-bye. >> reporter: the years, well, you cannot ignore them. sometimes they just catch up. >> that's one of my outfielders, playing for them about five years ago. >> he had a heart attack? >> yes, grabbing the ball. i used to brag. i said if i have to go, i want to go in the ball field. just because of that, i don't say it anymore. >> but they don't complain and they don't quit. >> i was pitching and i broke a tibia from here to the knee. >> ever think about stopping? >> no. >> why do
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2013 7:00am EST
people in the u.s.. that let me jump in on point. who is inget in don taylor, michigan. , gretchen.nk you to an extent, being spied on ourselves -- that is what our constitution is about. if we had nothing to hide -- that is ridiculous. what about our senators and congressmen who are being listened to? that can mess with our campaign. it's way overboard. our founding fathers were totally against it. callers havef the merits to what they're saying. ian is right that some of this has to go on, and will continue to go on. it's a sad fact of life, as the previous caller was saying it. sometimes you walk down the street in washington or new york and you bump into a security officer who is wearing a black jacket and carrying a machine gun. we wish that were not the case, but after 9/11, those sorts of things are more normal than they used to be. maybe we will get to a world where we don't have to have that kind of domestic security, or we don't need to occasionally tap into the phones of americans and foreigners. unfortunately, that's where we are right now. the key is, as we
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